Ravi Zacharias

By: Gabriela Yareliz This week, we mourned a fierce man of faith, and a personal hero of mine, Ravi Zacharias. He is someone I have quoted extensively and studied with extensively. A man who was determined to reveal faith to the rational mind. A man determined to make us all seekers of truth, in aContinue reading “Ravi Zacharias”

My God is Alive

By: Gabriela Yareliz When we feel discouraged, let us remember that God is not dead. God is alive. God is working in every earnest heart that is humble and ready to receive Him. When confusion rages– we must remember that there is a movement of people that is on its knees. A movement of peopleContinue reading “My God is Alive”

Remembering Nabeel Qureshi (1983-2017)

“All suffering is worth it to follow Jesus. He is that amazing.” Nabeel Qureshi, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity “Why this Muslim-turned-Christian speaker resonated with so many before his death at 34” By Ravi Zacharias, The Washington Post

Nietzsche’s “God on the Cross”

By: Gabriela Yareliz This weekend, we celebrate God’s intervention in the universe to save humanity. I couldn’t pass up this opportunity to talk about something that is deeply important to me– the most important thing of all. It is what inspires my life, my writing, everything… “Christianity is the only religion in which God suffersContinue reading “Nietzsche’s “God on the Cross””

Monday Inspiration: February 8, 2016

By: Gabriela Yareliz I am sick, guys. I know. Totally sucks. I am on meds, and I have no voice. It’s an issue when a big part of your job is talking. Monday. Yesterday, I saw Ravi Zacharias speak at The Brooklyn Tabernacle. That was such a blessing. He spoke particularly on Deuteronomy 8. ItContinue reading “Monday Inspiration: February 8, 2016”

Friday Glee: February 5, 2016

Hi friends, Today, we explore snowy tragedies, what’s in an age (is it really nothing but a number?), questioning what it means to be really “grown up”, the political scene, breakups, languages, and maybe more– you know, if we get to it. Most of you aren’t from the U.S.; I love looking at my readerContinue reading “Friday Glee: February 5, 2016”

Decades

       “In the 1950s, kids lost their innocence. They were liberated from their parents by well-paying jobs, cars, and lyrics in music that gave rise to a new term —the generation gap.In the 1960s, kids lost their authority.It was a decade of protest—church, state, and parents were all called into question and foundContinue reading “Decades”

This Month’s Picks: February 2015

By: Gabriela Yareliz February took us by storm. Winter storm. Ha. What a month. I could use a month to recuperate from February, but no such thing. March madness is here! The ICC Cricket World Cup has been a blast so far (probably because my team is doing well; Go India!). This month has hadContinue reading “This Month’s Picks: February 2015”

This Month’s Picks: January 2015

By: Gabriela Yareliz The first chapter of 2015 has just closed, and we turn the page. New beginnings; new challenges; new inspiration. I hope that you find a bit of hope, laughs, reflection and fun in this corner of January favorites. 1] Girl Meets World knows the New York struggle. 2] I’ve read a lot ofContinue reading “This Month’s Picks: January 2015”

Law of Non-Contradiction

The law of non-contradiction always seems to emerge. The minute you try to disprove it, you use it because of your belief that you are right and the other is wrong. It is strange that those who use the law of non-contradiction to disprove what they don’t like or understand have many contradictions in theirContinue reading “Law of Non-Contradiction”